The Odyssey: Is Odysseus justified in taking his revenge?
The Evil Should Die:
Analysis of Homer The Odyssey
Upon Odysseus' return to Ithaca from his long and dangerous crusade, he discovers suitors raiding his palace. Due to the fact that these suitors are posing a great threat to Ithaca, Odysseus is justified in taking his revenge. Since these suitors try to steal his property, assume his wealth, and threaten the royal family of Ithaca, his right to defend himself is just.
Odysseus was the king, and suitors have invaded his property. These suitors are young nobles from Ithaca and elsewhere who try to take Penelope, Odysseus's wife, in marriag…
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